I ride a motorcycle a lot so keeping my lenses clean is important to me. I have a pair of flack jackets with the carbon fiber look(i'm not sure if they are actually are carbon fiber or just look like it) I have the polarized fire iridium lenses. (as seen in my avatar) I am wondering what if any protection car wax could offer. I use NXT tech wax and meguiars gold glass on my vehicles. Here are the MSDS sheets on the products i am referring to. http://www.meguiars.com.au/msds_files/G12718.pdf http://www.meguiars.com.au/msds_files/G12711.pdf http://www.meguiars.com.au/msds_files/G7016.pdf I am thinking of waxing the lenses with the NXT tech wax on the lenses and buffing it off with a micro fiber cloth. The thought is the wax protects from rain chemicals etc. The concern is if any of the chemicals in the wax will interact with the coating on the lenses and deteriorate the coating, or possibly affect the polarization of the lenses. If not the wax is there any sort of coating i could apply to the lens to protect it from the elemtns i may encounter while riding? thanks ahead of time.